First quarter of 2020: Group-C

Return with us to the days of MTV and Nintendo and the sleek Group C and GTP Prototype race cars. Slot cars eligible for this series are limited to any of the Group C/IMSA GTPs from the and tuning options are limited to gears, tires, and general car preparation.

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First half of 2020: RevoSlot

This series is meant to be a driver’s series with the cars being run in stock configurations with very limited modifications being allowed. The cars will all be stock with the only items open for change to a non-RevoSlot item being the motor wires, braid and axle spacers.

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Second quarter of 2020: Thunderslot

ThunderSlot, founded by Giovanni Montiglio, a designer from NSR who wanted to create a higher quality but more affordable product, based on design elements that proved successful at both NSR and Slot.It.  These cars have fantastic performance out-of-the-box.

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Second Half of 2020: BRM 1/24

The FIA's Group C formula was designed primarily for the WEC which included the 24 Hours of Le Mans. However, several smaller series also adapted the Group C regulations. The Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft allowed Group C cars to compete alongside various other types of cars from the 1982 season until 1985 ...

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Forth quarter of 2020: DTM

DTM is a touring car series in the mid-90’sis famous for the quality of close racing between very different makes of cars and the quality of drivers it attracted. The combination of closely matched cars and fast drivers meant the races were always close affairs with door banging and rubbing being more the rule than the exception.

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Talking Heads, Painting Heads that Is

The club is very fortunate to have a great mix of talented members that make the club what it is. One of those members is the owner of Immense Miniatures – Marc Tyler.  Marc created this great article to help us all do a better job on painting our driver heads to make them look almost real. Painting Heads Tutorial

On the Road with TV Series Route 66

While ensconced at home, without regular slot racing and, not having any new car races on TV, I have turned to watching automotive-themed or automotive-adjacent television programs.  One of my childhood favorites was Route 66.  Two men, on the road, week after week, in a Corvette!  An unusual show, then and now, it was shot entirely on location, roughly following America’s Highway.  Inheriting his father’s 1960 Corvette, Tod Stiles and Buzz Murdoch traveled from place…